IV Hydration

Hydration therapy can be used for a number of reasons.

Frequently asked questions


Here's what most patients want to know
Why do people usually get this treatment done?

Hydration therapy is a simple treatment that delivers fluids directly into your bloodstream through a small IV inserted into your arm. The fluids may also include vitamins, electrolytes, antioxidants and even medication in the mix. By allowing fluids to circulate quickly through your body, hydration therapy rapidly replenishes fluids in a way that drinking fluids can’t.

What is this treatment?

Hydration therapy can be used for a number of reasons. Some people seek IV hydration as a hangover cure or for migraine treatment. Others find it useful for athletic recovery, stress relief or as a way to rehydrate after a long flight, an illness or a hot day in the sun. If your body is crying out for fluids and that lack of fluids is leaving you not feeling your best, hydration therapy can help.

How much does this cost?
  • Average Cost:
  • $6,525
  • Range:
  • $3,325 - $9,650

Many factors affect your cost, including the type of augmentation you have, the experience level of your surgeon, where the surgery is performed, and who administers your anesthesia.

What are the pros and cons of this treatment?

Pros

  • Breasts will be larger, higher, and fuller and look more youthful.
  • Results should last well over 10 years.
  • Implants are highly customizable, so you can pick a size and shape that works best for your body type and lifestyle.  

Cons

  • Pregnancy, menopause, and weight loss after surgery could affect your results.  
  • Implants aren’t lifetime devices. The longer you have them, the more likely it is that you’ll need to have them replaced.

What will happen during the treatment?

Breast lift surgery starts with an incision around the nipple, which may be extended from the bottom of the areola, down to the crease, and across.

Then the surgeon lifts and reshapes the tissue, removing any extra saggy skin in the process. If you want more volume, they'll either make a pocket (above or below the muscle) to place an implant, or perform a fat transfer procedure, as described above.


$1000 - $5000

No downtime

Takes about 4-6 hours

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